Posts in 10×10

IoT, PC

Create more secure apps with less effort (10 by 10)

By Rajen Kishna

In our final post of the Windows 10 by 10 development series, we’ll talk about the feature introductions and enhancements in Windows 10 that help you create more secure When we think of security, we can split it up in… Read more

IoT, PC

Optimizing your XAML app for performance (10 by 10)

By Rajen Kishna

Over the past few weeks, we’ve highlighted a number of compelling new platform capabilities in our Windows 10 by 10 development series that you can implement in your Windows 10 apps to provide a better experience to your One of… Read more

PC

Dynamically detecting features with API contracts (10 by 10)

By Clint Rutkas

Brent Rector, a principal program manager on Windows helped write this The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) allows you to write your app once and target multiple device families, while also taking advantage of new APIs introduced on later versions of… Read more

PC

Use inking and speech to support natural input (10 by 10)

By Rajen Kishna

With Windows 10, it’s now easier than ever to support natural input in your apps and today we’d like to highlight using inking and speech to interact more naturally with your Digital inking with DirectInk Despite the introduction and evolution… Read more

PC

Using Cortana to interact with your customers (10 by 10)

By Clint Rutkas

This week’s theme in our Windows 10 by 10 development series is extending customer engagement using the Windows 10 without your users even entering your Last week’s topic, Live Tiles and notifications showed how one way to extend your app’s… Read more

PC

Getting noticed and installed more often (10 by 10)

By Cliff Simpkins

Welcome to the first week of our Windows 10 by 10 To kick things off, let’s begin where your customer engagement starts – with the Windows To help ensure that your apps are getting discovered and launched by Windows 10… Read more